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maria sudibyo

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Art Of Hint


The scent, the taste
The sight, the hearing
The touch, the instinct
Hint plays with our senses

True love or only lust
Growing fear or hidden anger
Beautiful lie or ugly truth
Hint shimmers from the body

Whether strong, whether soft
Unintentional slip, of perfectly planned
Whether puzzling, whether ignored
Hint scattered everywhere

From good news, till the worst scenario
From common sign, to the weirdest attention
The gnawing scar, the flash of glance
Hint whispers to our feeling

The mock in smile, the smile in eyes
The cry in rebel, the rebel in song
The rejection in agreement, the agreement in denial
Hint layered with many sugar

A piece of paper, a micro expression
Tons of questions, lots experience
A direct subject, a mixed signal
Hint needs an interpretation

By curiosity or by wild fantasy
To solve mystery, to prove a crime
The key to your answer or just a false clue
Hint is relied to your belief

Submitted: Sunday, January 01, 2012
Edited: Monday, January 02, 2012

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